The World Cup is almost here and one of the major questions on the lips of Australian supporters is who will skipper the team through the tournament if Michael Clarke is injured?
It’s a battle between two – George Bailey the Tasmanian middle order bat, and Steve Smith the stand in Test skipper.
Both men provide a solid argument as to why they are the best choice, and I find it hard to split them.
Smith has been super impressive in the two Tests he has skippered, not only winning one test and ensuring the other couldn’t be lost, but in the process scoring a mountain of runs and improving his batting average by more than 10 runs in the series. He is in imperious form. But on the flip side Smith has only recently been re-introduced to the ODI side and although there is no doubt he’ll make the…
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